Shopping in Grayton Beach

Welcome to Grayton Beach Sign
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While not as closely clustered as shops in some of the other planned communities, the fun, funky and fiercely independent retailers of Grayton Beach are certainly worth exploring.

North of Scenic Highway 30-A, there are the colorful Shops of Grayton, where you can find multiple talented artists including Andy Saczynski Studio Gallery, Allison Craft Designs, the Studio Gallery, Mary Hong Art Studio, and The Shard Shop. You can also find the Twin Oaks Farm Stand which has an array of organic offerings.

Need a happy break between shops? The daily Happy Hour across the way at Hurricane Oyster Bar is one of 30A’s happiest… While you’re there, be sure to check out Grayt Scoops, Modus Photography, and Black Bear Bread Company.

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Good food comes easy in Grayton too. Roux 30A is a well-kept locals’ secret for private dinners and extraordinary around-the-world dinners. If you’re craving pizza, try Pickle Factory, or if a one-of-a-kind sandwich/soup combo sounds appetizing, then pay a visit to Chanticleer Eatery, easily one of the best restaurants here. Grayton Corner Cafe is another delicious option for healthy lunch choices.

At the corner of 30-A and 283, you’ll see Grayton Corners, home of Beau Interiors, Grayton General Store, and several other retailers. Grayton General’s where you’ll find locals stocking up on ice, beer and beach supplies, along their daily way to the beach.

Red Bar Grayton Beach
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Head even further south, and you’ll hit the sand. But right before you do, stop by AJ’s Grayton Beach to listen to live music any night of the week. Or if a massage sounds relaxing then check out one of 30A Hot Spots, Grayton Beach Massage. You can also do some shopping by the beach at He Said…She Said and funky Zoo Gallery, sandwiched-in between the buzz and tunes at Chiringo’s and Red Bar.

Back on 30-A, just a few hundred yards toward Western Lake, you’ll discover Uptown Grayton, home to a nice collection of restaurants and shops, including Another Broken Egg CafeBadass Coffee, and Grayton Seafood Co. Shopping is plentiful with Summer House, Fashionably Late, Clint Eager Design, the Workshop, and Shaggy Dog Outfitters, just to name a few. But right before you land in Uptown Grayton, you’ll pass by MonetMonet where you can find Nicole Paloma’s designs as well as Abrazo and lululemon where you can rack up on the best of the best athletic wear.

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